I've come across some exposed rolls of 620 and 127 Verichrome Pan film. These were probably my Grandfather's and they had a expiration dates of around 1959. I read up what I could here at APUG and figured I just go for it with one of the loosely wound 620 rolls figuring it's probably shot anyway. I used HC-110 dil "H" for 12m @ 68F with 3 min agitation cycles. The negatives came out a very dark brown, but surprisingly enough there are 8 6x9 recognizable images that look like they will be a bear to print. Tonight I tried another 620 roll that had been wound much more tightly figuring it might have a better chance. I also went on a recommendation I dug up (that showed very decent images from similarly aged Verichrome) that suggested a lower temp and higher concentration would minimize fog. So I tried dil "B" for 8m at 64F with 1 min agitation based on what this person had found worked well. The negative still looks very dark brown, but recognizable images. Any tips on temp, dilution, time, and agitation would be appreciated. I suspect most of these are just scenery shots of Rochester NY and probably not anything that critical, but who knows. Thanks.